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Monday, July 15, 2013

Well, I guess I was expecting the number I saw on the scale but I'm still really, really, REALLY disappointed in myself. At the beginning of February, I had gotten down to 178. Now, 5.5 months later, and on the eve of my "goal" date, I'm back up to 192. I guess I knew it was going to be bad, I just didn't know it was going to be THAT bad. And to make things worse, I really feel like most of that gain has been within the last couple of months alone -- before that, my clothes didn't fit NEARLY as tight as they do now. All I can say is WOW. And, I have GOT to do something about this.

And in case you need to see it graphically, this one's for you.

It's not really big enough to see here, but basically, the yellow line was my goal for tomorrow and the blue line is what really happened.

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    Thanks, everyone. I had a small breakdown last night but I've recommitted and brought my husband along with me. I'm eating right again (so far) and I feel fine. Not hungry at all. Ali, I'm not doing WW but I may have to if I start struggling with the food. I'm moving on from the last few months and I just have to accept that weight/eating will be something I work on for the rest of my life. Thanks again!
    1556 days ago
    You can do it! Focus on action, don't let the past weigh you down!!
    1556 days ago
  • ALI_P7
    I'm sorry things didn't go as planned. I'm in a similar boat. I was 155 ish in early June & set a goal to be 145 by July 12th. As of this morning I'm 163. It's tough to see the picture, but it looks like you're doing Weight Watchers. I just started a new thread on the W8 Watchers team to check in with points, activity, whatever...for extra accountability. Feel free to join us! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1557 days ago
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